Diocese of Évry Corbeil-Essonnes
Évry-Corbeil-Essonnes is the name of a French catholic diocese.
After the creation of the new departments of the Paris region, the diocese of Versailles is cut out while roughly following the limits of the new departments. Thus is created on October 9th, 1966 the diocese of Corbeil-Essonnes whose episcopal see is in the church Saint Whorl of Corbeil-Essonnes érrigée in cathedral for the circumstance. Monseigneur Albert Malbois, then auxiliary bishop of Versailles is the first bishop of the diocese. This last recovers the territory of the department of the the Essonne more two parishes of Yvelines: Bonnelles and Saint Mesme.
Considering the construction of a cathedral with Évry, Monseigneur Guy Herbulot, second bishop of the diocese, obtains the Vatican the change of the name of the diocese. In 1989, this one takes the current name of Évry-Corbeil-Essonnes .
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